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You are invited to attend this seminar hosted by the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology:Date: Wednesday, 28 June 2023Time: 9.30AM – 10.30AMVenue: IMCB Seminar Room 03-46, Level 3 Proteos, Biopolis, Singapore 138673 (Physical)Speaker: Prof Edward W. Tate, Imperial CollegeHost: Prof Walter Hunziker, IMCB
Probing and Drugging Post-Translational Modifications using Chemical BiologyBiographyEd holds the GSK Chair in Chemical Biology at Imperial College London, a Group Leader at the Francis Crick Institute, and academic founder of Myricx Pharma, a spinout developing his lab’s research into clinical applications. Following his PhD (2000) with Steve Ley in Cambridge and postdoctoral research in Paris as an 1851 Fellow and Howard Trust Fellow, he was awarded a BBSRC David Phillips Fellowship in 2006 to start his group at Imperial College. He sits on the advisory boards of several international research institutes and biotechs, and develops drug discovery technologies with companies including Pfizer, GSK and AstraZeneca. His research has been recognised by awards and Fellowships, most recently the 2019 Sir David Cooksey Translation Prize, the 2020 Corday-Morgan Prize of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a 2022 Cancer Research UK Programme Award. In 2023 he was appointed to the GSK Endowed Chair in Chemical Biology at Imperial College.
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IMCB Seminar Room 03-46, Level 3 Proteos, Biopolis, Singapore 138673 (Physical)